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INDIAN 4, Model years 2014-2019

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The Hazard

Incorrect gear indication during motorcycle start-up can cause unintended movement, increasing the risk of an incident

What to do

Contact your nearest Indian Motorcycle Dealer What you should do When starting your motorcycle you should exercise the following steps as outlined in the Owner’s Manual: 1. Straddle the motorcycle and bring it to the fully upright position. Retract the side stand. 2. Move the engine stop/run switch to the RUN position 3. Shift the transmission to neutral 4. Apply the front brakes 5. Disengage the clutch (pull the clutch lever fully toward the handlebar) 6. Start the engine If you have witnessed an inaccurate gear position, or if you have any concerns starting or riding your motorcycle, contact your authorized Indian Motorcycle dealer and schedule an appointment to have your gear position switch cleaned and inspected, free of charge. Do not attempt any repairs yourself. Repairs must be done by an authorized Indian Motorcycle dealer.

Product Identifiers

4 2014 - 2019 (2014 - 2019 [111 C.I.] Indian Motorcycle Chief, Chieftain, Roadmaster & Springfield motorcycles - all model variants)

Supplier Contact

Polaris Sales New Zealand
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Product Recalls is a collaboration between four Government Agencies bringing together consumer product safety recall information into one place to improve public access to essential safety information so you can help protect yourself, your family and your friends. Food recalls are available on the MPI website - www.mpi.govt.nz